iPhone 5 Release Date: Brand New Concept Includes 10 MP Camera

Some Apple fans were disappointed when the company announced that it would be releasing the iPhone 4S, rather than a new and re-designed iPhone 5.

The rumor mill overflowed with cases, pictures, schematics and specifications for an iPhone 5 that was expected to sport a new teardrop shape.

Since the release of the iPhone 4S, Apple cultists have not given up on the iPhone 5. It is still rumored to be coming out in 2012.

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Designer Alexander Black created an iPhone 5 concept that is different from ones in the past, and it includes a revamped set of specifications.

His concept includes an A8 1.9GHz dual-core processor, 10-megapixel-rear camera, 7-megapixel-front camera, 4.5-inch Retina Display, touchpad integration, and a 2100mAh battery.

The latest iPhone rumors have pointed to the smartphone as including an 8-megapixel camera with an A6 quad-core processor and a 4.3-inch display.

Industry insiders claim the Apple handset will launch sometime in 2012, and it is expected to be 4G LTE capable.

Black’s concept differs in many ways from recent industry rumors. Instead of including a quad-core, he chose to go with a 1.9GHz dual-core processor. The camera would also receive a significant upgrade if going from an 8-megapixel on the iPhone 4S to a 10-megapixel on the next generation version.

Black’s proposed 4.5-inch display would also make the next iPhone a serious competitor for Android’s Galaxy Nexus that has a 4.65-inch display.

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